Sutton Schools celebrated their achievements in Physical Education, Physical Activity, Health and Sport at their inaugural presentation evening last night at Hackbridge Primary School.
The Sutton Schools Sports Partnership aims to offer a wide range of sports and activities to both primary and secondary schools across the borough. In line with the current push for 30 Active Minutes in schools, our mission looks to increase the number of young people exposed to competitive sport by offering festivals and B
PRIMARY What has been especially satisfying this year is that every LYG pathway competition has been won by a different school, which is a positive indication that the standard of primary school sport has increased across many schools across the borough. Tag Rugby (Cheam Park Farm), Sports Hall Athletics (St Elphege’s), Football ‘Best’ (Stanley Park
https://goo.gl/forms/xdEE2CWkgeRY3Coo2 I need an up to date snapshot of our current position in schools re activity from EVERYONE!!!! All Bronze and Silver schools please could you follow the link above and fill in my quick survey if poss by the end of this week. THANKYOU
Almost all primary schools in Sutton except 4 have undertaken a 3 hour training session to use the Create Development PE, Sport and Health review wheel. An invaluable self-review tool. This is a whole school review of 9 key areas linked to PE, Sport, Physical activity and health and shows whether you are emerging, developing
This event attracted a fantastic attendance with 15 schools bringing 22 teams for the competition and the megafest event! As both sections followed Rugby League rules, the focus of the Spirit of the Games awards was ‘self-belief’ as many pupils may have been unfamiliar with the variations of this game compared to the more familiar RFU rules
This was the biggest entry yet for this competition, with 14 teams competing in A&B sections. Teams from Cheam High, Wallington Girls, Greenshaw, Nonsuch, St Philomena’s, Stanley Park High & Carshalton Girls A TEAM RESULTS B TEAM RESULTS 1st Place – Wallington Girls 1st
This was an extremely successful event with a B tournament running alongside the main pathway competition. A big thank you to schools for entering B teams and therefore giving more pupils the opportunity to represent their school, even without the depth of experience as some of their A team counter parts. The matches in both